Anneliese Feld, Candidate LD 2 District 1.
Photo credit: Citizens for Feld
– Candidate Feld’s campaign motto:
“A Woman’s Place is in the House, so Let’s send here there!”
– Editor’s note:
I sat down in Yelm last week with Anneliese Feld, Candidate for LD 2 District 1 to meet this dynamic and accomplished woman. Candidate Feld is a warm and sincere individual with a persistence in running for office to serve our district, all constituents in the district. I so enjoyed our spirited discussion on the issues about which she is passionate: Taxes, Traffic, Equality, and Homelessness. I expect to hear more great things from candidate Feld throughout the year. She shared her vision with Blog readers in the next paragraph.
– LD 2 District 1 Candidate Anneliese Feld shared this with the Yelm Blogger:
I am running to represent people in our district; all people in our district, not just those that are old enough to vote. This is important to me because the voting record of my opponent does not support most of us. In order to represent all people, I am eager to meet and speak with everyone I can, but I need help. On a good day, when I go knocking on doors I only catch about 30% of people at home. That’s not surprising, we all lead busy lives. So I’m asking for help to meet people where they are and experience first hand what is most important to them. If there are groups, meetings, events please invite me to come, even if it’s to help the wonderful groups of people who voluntarily pick up trash on Vail Rd. in Yelm; I’ll meet you there with a trash bag!
– About Anneliese Feld
“Anneliese is a Washington native. She grew up in poverty being raised by a single mom. After loosing two jobs to outsourcing, she realized she needed to go to college. It wasn’t easy, but Anneliese is now writing her dissertation for her PhD. She lives in Graham with her husband and daughters. Anneliese is a real person like all of you. She wasn’t born into a life of luxury, so she understands the true impact of policies on working families and wants to work hard to represent all of them!”